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2020高考英语阅读理解模拟题及答案(5.5)

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第二部分 阅读理解

第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

A

21. How much time do you need to babysit Mary's two boys each week?

A. 5 hours.      B. 10 hours.      C. 14 hours.      D. 40 hours.

22. Which ad requires the job-hunters to work on Monday mornings?

A. Ad A.      B. Ad B.      C. Ad C.      D. Ad D.

23. What is a necessity for people to get these jobs?

A. They should look after Mary's two young boys on weekends.

B. They are supposed to work full-time just on Saturdays in the Munchies Cafe.

C. They should have your own bike to take this long-time newspaper delivery work.

D. They need to communicate in a certain foreign language when working for the City Museum shop.

B

I start every summer with the best of intentions: to attack one big book from the past, a classic that I was supposed to have read when young and ambitious. Often the pairings of books and settings have been purely accidental: “Moby Dick" on a three-day cross-country train trip; "The Magic Mountain" in a New England beachside cottage with no locks on the doors, no telephones or televisions in the rooms, and little to do beyond row on the salt pond. Attempting "The Man Without Qualities" on a return to Hawaii, my native state, however, was less fruitful: I made it through one and a quarter volumes(册), then decided that I'd got the point and went swimming instead.

But this summer I find myself at a loss. I’m not quite interested in Balzac, say, or "Tristram Shandy.” There's always "War and Peace," which I've covered some distance several times, only to get bogged down in the "War" part,set it aside for a while, and realize that I have to start over from the beginning again, having forgotten everyone's name and social rank. How appealing to simply fall back on a favorite-once more into "The Waves" or "Justine," which feels almost like cheating, too exciting and too much fun to properly belong in serious literature.

And then there's Stendhal's "The Red and the Black." which happens to be the name of my favorite cocktail(鸡尾酒)of the summer, created by Michael Cecconi at Savoy and Back Forty. It is easy to drink, and knocking back three or four seems like such a delightful idea. Cecconi's theory: "I take whatever's fresh at the greenmarket and turn it into liquid.” The result is a pure shot of afternoon in the park, making one feel cheerful and peaceful all at once, lying on uncut grass with eyes shut, sun beating through the lids…

24. What can we infer about the author from the first paragraph?

A. He shows talents for literature.       B. He admires a lot of great writers.

C. He has a cottage in New England.     D. He enjoys reading when traveling.

25. What do the underlined words "get bogged down" in paragraph 2 mean?

A. Be interrupted.     B. Make no progress.      C. Get confused.     D. Be carried away.

26. Why does the author say reading his favorite books feels like cheating?

A. He barely understands them.            B. He finishes them quickly.

C. He has read them many times before.     D. He should read something serious.

27. What can be a suitable title for the text?

A. To Read or Not to Read         B. The Books of Summer

C. It's Never Too Late to Read      D. My Summer Holiday

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